La Motte Wine Farm: A Must-Visit Destination for Foodies and Wine Enthusiasts

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La Motte Wine Farm

La Motte Wine Farm in Franschhoek is a must-visit for foodies and wine enthusiasts. The estate has undergone a complete revamp over the last few years, creating a relaxed, family-friendly vibe.

Artisanal Bakery and Garden Café

The Artisanal Bakery and Garden Café is the newest addition to the estate, serving seriously delicious bread and relaxed café-style menus. The bakery-café is located in the historic Jonkershuis, built in 1752, and features indoor and outdoor tables that open onto shaded gardens, lawns, ancient oaks, and a farmyard-inspired playground.

The scent of classic croissants, harvest-time mosbolletjies, crustique, and a specially created loaf for La Motte, fill the air as they emerge from the wood-fired oven. You can enjoy breakfast, lunch, or freshly brewed coffee with an array of patisseries and sweet treats prepared by pastry chef Marisa Botes. The café offers an approachable, delicious, and informal menu that promises a wonderfully relaxed dining experience.

Wine Tasting Room

La Motte Wine Farm features a range of wines you can taste in the wine-tasting room. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, and their passion for the wines is evident in the experience they offer. The estate is in a beautiful environment with scenic gardens and surroundings perfect for a relaxing day out. You can also visit the Pierneef Gallery and tapestries there, adding a cultural aspect.

Contact Information

  • Address: R45, Franschhoek, 7691, South Africa
  • Phone: +27 21 876 8825
  • Email:
  • Opening hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 8 am – 4 pm.

If you are looking for a unique and relaxing wine farm experience in Franschhoek, then La Motte Wine Farm is worth a visit

Environmentalist and Outdoor Enthusiast. Amanda is a nature-loving, energetic, and enthusiastic environmentalist who has dedicated her life to exploring and protecting Cape Town's stunning natural landscapes. She is an experienced hiker, wildlife enthusiast, and advocate for sustainable tourism.

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